coach for 27 years and you see parents, you know, all the time they love them, they care them, they want the best for them. instead of preparing the children for what's going to happen in their lives, they go forth and prepare the path before them and, you know, when there's inevitable time when that child is going to fail so we don't allow them to fail. >> because he's not a bulldozer parent, right? that plows that field, that goes town the coach and says why is it my son is not starting and why is he playing this position, correct? >> exactly. >> lot of people do that today every day. number one, prepare your child to do their best. so it's not just about winning, colt, wasn't just do your best? >> you know what? and that kind of goes along with prepare your child for the path, not the path for your child. you know, do your best. you know, if my best is being good in school and being a good math student, he's going to push me to do my best there. my goal and what i want to do is play football, you know, and he was my high school coach and, you know, it was always do your best. do your best.